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Sparks dominate Lynx, 96-66

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The Los Angeles Sparks put a 30 point beating on the Minnesota Lynx, 96-66 in Los Angeles Tuesday night.

Candice Wiggins led the Sparks with a game-high 27 points and 8 rebounds.

Lindsay Whalen paced Minnesota with 19 points, and Rebekkah Brunson added 18 points and 12 rebounds.

It's the second time this season the Lynx have been crushed L.A. They lost by 28 points in L.A. on June 21.

Last Friday, Minnesota returned the favor with a 24 point win over the Sparks at Target Center.

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